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... Light district. I did not fully realise how much that introduction tainted my perceptions of this city until we returned this year to again visit our friends, and did not include that area of town in our agenda.
Instead, we discovered kilometres of paved beach walkway two minutes from our condo, safe and fully lit at night. In typical resort beach mode, there were stretches of crowded side-by-side beach chair ...
... every time I have every experienced lightning in my life it has stuck and then some moments later, 1-5 seconds for example you get the thunder. This was instantaneous, the bolt lit up everything in sight with the piercing brightness you would find on a welding gun. With the huge thick bolt the thunder clapped and echoed instantly. The sound was incredible, it was like listening to a thunder strike turned up to 11 and through a Dolby surround sound system. Much like when you listen to ...
I don't know how I manage it
So I turn up in Jaisalmer after an overnight train journey, I booked my Camel Safari for the next day and then headed for the fort to look for a place to stay. Once I had slowly climbed the large slope with my huge backpack on, I wasn't in the mood for all of the touts trying to get me to stay in an overpriced hotel so that they could get commission. So I walked as fast as my tired legs would ...
... design a complete face-lift. How fun to be able to do some form of design work!
With serving up European dishes, we were able to introduce the breads that I had been teaching into the menu - which proved to be a great success and very rewarding.
Opening night came around with huge anticipation and excitement. The new menus were literally hot off the press - being printed as guests were being seated!! Seeing things running ...
... trip so far and got blessed by the monk for good luck. We're heading down to the beach for one last "hang out" on the sand and a dip in the Gulf of Thailand before we meet our cab driver at 6pm for the ride back to the airport hotel in Bangkok. A full day of flying tomorrow and, through the magic of air travel (and the international dateline) arrival back at home also tomorrow.
Where did the time go?
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